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Building a new Pier in Bodø, Norway
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The ground- and sub sea works at the new Pier for the ocean steamer Hurtigruta is well on its way, the harbor is filled with rocks and sand, and soon the landscape will be irrecogniseable. This will be the new main location for Hurtigruta in Bodø. This is from 3rd May 2012, the works are supposed to last for another year.

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Tags: bodø; norway; coastal steamer; hurtigruta; bodø havn
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